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ranshalit
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Hello,

I would please like to verify the following,

We are going to use evaluation board (sabre x solo) which has both sd & qspi.

When we Linux boot from sd , do we have access to qspi partitions ?

I guess that if it is decalred in device tree , then linux can see both storage devices, but I am not sure about it, becuase I don't have the source code yet for the evaluation board.

Is it that sd is  /dev/sdX , and qspi as /dev/mtdX ?

On starting working with the board we shall have more idea I'm sure, but as a prepearation, we just wanted to verify the above.

Thank you,

Ran

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igorpadykov
NXP TechSupport
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Hi Ran

it is /dev/mtd, some examples can be found in ucl2.xml from mfg tool.

Linux boot from sd , one has access to qspi partitions.

Best regards
igor
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igorpadykov
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi Ran

it is /dev/mtd, some examples can be found in ucl2.xml from mfg tool.

Linux boot from sd , one has access to qspi partitions.

Best regards
igor
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